You are certainly easily impressed. Why? Did the pope do something in this picture you yourself would not do? If you would not, why not?
Really? Me, angry? No, not hardly. Actually, I am perplexed by your awe of a man you have elevated to vicar, your god, for showing kindness to another. Is this act of kindness foreign to you? Kindness is common for the members of my faith.
Wow, you talk about angry. Goodness! You are very angry. Why are you so angry? Possibly because one common act of kindness done by your vicar is so advertised. Does your vicar require attention for his kindness towards another human? When true Christians perform the same type of kindness are they portrayed on television as a hero to all humanity? Of course not.<quoted text>
It bugs the crap out of you that so many non-Catholics are impressed by what he's doing, and not just in this picture. Every time he's shown to be caring and compassionate it ruins the demonic caricature you're so intent on painting of the Catholic Church.
Your vicar is a performer much like a Hollywood actor. When the camera is running he looks good. However, when the camera quits running and the lights are turned off the problem of the vicar of Rome and his cohorts is revealed for all the world to see.